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20:1  TaHa
20:2  We have not sent down the Koran to you for you to be tired
20:3  but as a reminder to he who fears
20:4  It is a sending down from Him who has created the earth, and the high heavens
20:5  the Merciful willed to the Throne
20:6  To Him belongs all that is in the heavens and the earth, and all that lies between them, and underneath the soil
20:7  If you speak loudly; He has indeed knowledge of the secret and the hidden
20:8  Allah, there is no god except He. To Him belong the most Beautiful Names
20:9  Has the story of Moses reached you
20:10  When he saw a fire, he said to his family: 'Stay here, for I can see a fire. Perhaps I can bring you a lighted torch or find at the fire guidance.
20:11  When he reached it, he was called: 'O Moses
20:12  I am your Lord. Take off your shoes, for you are in Towa, the sacred valley
20:13  I have chosen you. Therefore, listen to what shall be revealed
20:14  Indeed, I am Allah. There is no god except Me. Worship Me, and establish the prayer of My remembrance
20:15  The Hour is coming. I almost conceal it, so that every soul will be recompensed for its labors
20:16  Do not let those who disbelieve in it and follow their desires bar you from it, or you will perish
20:17  What is that in your right hand, Moses?
20:18  'It is my staff," Moses replied, "upon it I lean and with it I beat down leaves to feed my sheep and for me there are other uses in it.
20:19  He said: 'Moses, cast it down.
20:20  So he cast it down, and thereupon it turned into a sliding serpent
20:21  'Take it, and do not fear, ' He said, 'We will restore it to its former state
20:22  Now, put your hand under your armpit. It shall come out white, without evil, a second sign
20:23  But We shall show you some of Our greatest signs
20:24  24 Go to Pharaoh, he has become insolent.
20:25  'Lord, ' said Moses, 'expand my chest
20:26  and ease my task for me
20:27  Unloose the knot upon my tongue
20:28  that they may understand my speech
20:29  Appoint for me a minister from my famil
20:30  Aaron, my brother
20:31  By him confirm my strengt
20:32  and let him share my task
20:33  so that we exalt Yo
20:34  and remember You abundantly
20:35  You are surely seeing us.
20:36  He replied: 'Moses, your request is granted
20:37  We had already shown you favo
20:38  when We revealed what was to be made known to your mother
20:39  saying: "Put him in the box and cast it into the river. The river will cast him on to the bank, and he shall be taken up by an enemy of Mine and an enemy of his." I lavished My Love on you, and to be formed in My Sight
20:40  Your sister went (to them) and said: 'Shall I guide you to one who will nurse him? ' And so We restored you to your mother, so that her eyes might rejoice and that she might not sorrow. And when you killed a soul We saved you from grief and then We tried you with many trials. You stayed among the people of Midian for a number of years, and then, Moses, you came here according to a decree
20:41  I have chosen you for Me
20:42  Go, you and your brother with My signs, and do not be negligent of My Remembrance
20:43  Go to Pharaoh, for he has become insolent
20:44  Speak to him with gentle words; perhaps he will ponder or fear.
20:45  'O our Lord, ' both said, 'We fear lest he may be excessive against us or become insolent.
20:46  He replied: 'Have no fear I shall be with you, both hearing and seeing
20:47  Both of you go to him (Pharaoh) and say: "We are the Messengers of your Lord. Let the Children of Israel depart with us, and do not punish them. We have come to you with a sign from your Lord; peace be on him who follows guidance
20:48  It is revealed to us that a punishment will fall on those who belie and turn away."
20:49  He (Pharaoh) said: 'Moses, who is the Lord of you both?
20:50  'Our Lord, ' he replied, 'is He Who gave everything its creation and then guided it.
20:51  He (Pharaoh) asked: 'How was it then, with the former generations?
20:52  He (Moses) answered: 'The knowledge of them is in a Book with My Lord. My Lord neither goes astray, nor forgets
20:53  It is He who has made for you the earth as a cradle and threaded roads for you and sends down water from the sky with which We bring forth every kind of plant
20:54  You eat and let your cattle graze. ' Surely, in this there are signs for those of understanding
20:55  We created you from it (the earth), and to it We shall restore you; and from it We will bring you forth yet a second time
20:56  So We showed him (Pharaoh) Our signs, all of them, but he belied and refused them
20:57  He said: 'Moses, have you come to drive us from our land with your sorcery
20:58  We will indeed bring sorcery similar to yours. Appoint a meeting place between us and you, in a place which is agreeable to both which neither we nor you shall not fail (to keep).
20:59  He (Moses) replied: 'Your meeting shall be on the day of the feast, and let the people be assembled by midmorning.
20:60  So Pharaoh withdrew and gathered his guile, then returned
20:61  and Moses said to them: 'Alas! Do not forge a lie against Allah lest He destroys you with a punishment. Indeed, whosoever forges has failed.
20:62  They disputed upon their plan with one another, and spoke in secre
20:63  saying: 'These two are sorcerers whose aim is to drive you from your land by their sorcery and destroy your noble ways
20:64  Gather your guile and then lineup a rank those who gain the upper hand today shall indeed prosper.
20:65  They said to Moses: 'Will you throw down or shall we be the first
20:66  Moses replied: 'No, you throw first. ' And by their sorcery it seemed to him that their ropes and staffs were sliding
20:67  Moses became fearful within himself
20:68  But We said to him: 'Do not be afraid; you shall surely be the uppermost
20:69  Throw that which is in your right hand. It will swallow up that which they have made, for that which they made is but the guile of a sorcerer. Wherever he goes the sorcerer does not prosper.
20:70  Thereafter the sorcerers threw themselves down, prostrating, saying: 'We believe in the Lord of Aaron and Moses.
20:71  'Have you believed him before I have given you permission! ' he (Pharaoh) said. 'Indeed, he (must be) your chief, the one who taught you sorcery. I will cut off on opposite sides a hand and a foot then crucify you on the trunks of palmtrees. Indeed, you shall know whose punishment is more stern, and more lasting!
20:72  Their reply was: 'We will not prefer you over the clear signs that have come to us, nor over Him who has created us. So decide upon whatever you decide, you can only decided upon things in this present life
20:73  We believe in our Lord so that He forgives us our sins and the sorcery you have forced us to practice. Allah is Better, and Everlasting.
20:74  Gehenna (Hell) awaits whosoever comes before his Lord as a sinner, there he shall neither die nor live
20:75  But for whosoever comes before Him as a believer and having done good works there awaits the most highest degree
20:76  living for ever in the Gardens of Eden, underneath which rivers flow. Such shall be the recompense of he who purifies himself
20:77  To Moses we also revealed: 'Set forth with My worshipers by night and strike for them a dry path in the sea. Do not fear that you will be overtaken, neither be afraid.
20:78  Pharaoh pursued them with his legions so they were overwhelmed from the sea with that which drowned them
20:79  For Pharaoh had misled his nation, and did not guide them
20:80  Children of Israel! We saved you from your enemies and made a covenant with you on the right side of the Mountain. We sent down manna and quails
20:81  'Eat of the good things with which We have provided you and do not transgress therein lest My Anger should fall upon you, and upon whosoever My Anger falls has assuredly fallen
20:82  but to whosoever repents, believes and does good deeds, and is at last guided, I am Forgiving.
20:83  'Moses, why have you come with such haste from your nation?
20:84  Moses replied: 'They are following me. My Lord, I made haste only so that I might please You.
20:85  He (Allah) said: 'We tempted your nation in your absence, and the Samaritan has misled them into error.
20:86  With great anger and sorrow, Moses returned to his nation. 'My nation, ' he said, 'did your Lord not make you a fine promise? Did the time of the covenant seem long to you? Or did you desire that the anger of your Lord should fall upon you so that you failed in your coming to my appointment?
20:87  They replied: 'We have not failed in our promise to you through our choosing. We were laden with fardels, even the ornaments of the nation, and threw them just as the Samaritan had thrown them (into the fire)
20:88  and made a calf for them, a figure that lowed. "This," they said, "is your god and the god of Moses but whom he has forgotten."
20:89  What! Did they not see that it did not speak a word to them in return, and for them it could own neither harm nor benefit
20:90  Aaron had said to them before: 'My nation, you have been tempted by it. Your Lord is the Merciful. Follow me and obey my order.
20:91  They replied: 'We will not stop; we will cling to it until Moses returns to us.
20:92  He (Moses) said to Aaron: 'When you saw them in error, what prevented you
20:93  from following after me, did you disobey my order?
20:94  'Son of my mother, ' he replied, 'Do not seize my beard nor my head. I was afraid that you might say: "You have divided the Children of Israel and did not uphold my word."
20:95  'You, Samaritan, ' said he (Moses), 'what was your business?
20:96  He replied: 'I saw what they did not see and seized a handful of dust from the foot print of the messenger and so I cast it this my soul prompted me to do.
20:97  'Begone! Your lot in this life is to cry: "untouchable!" ' said he (Moses). 'An appointment awaits you that you cannot fail to keep. Look at your god which you clung to indeed we will burn it and scatter its ashes upon the sea.
20:98  Your God is only One, Allah. There is no god, except He, alone. His knowledge encompasses all things
20:99  And so We narrate to you the stories of the past, and We have given you a remembrance from Us
20:100  Whosoever has turned away from it shall bear a burden on the Day of Resurrection
20:101  and live in it for ever; how evil will that burden be for them on the Day of Resurrection
20:102  The Day when the Horn shall be blown. On that Day, We shall assemble all the sinners with blued eyes
20:103  and they shall murmur among themselves: 'You have stayed away but ten (days and nights).
20:104  We know well what they will say. The most just among them in the matter will declare: 'You have stayed away but one day.
20:105  They will question you about the mountains. Say: 'My Lord will scatter them as ashe
20:106  and leave them a desolate waste
20:107  with neither crookedness nor any curving to be seen therein.
20:108  On that Day, they will follow the Summoner, who is not crooked, their voices hushed before the Merciful, and you shall hear nothing except a murmuring
20:109  On that Day intercession will not benefit them except him that has received the permission of the Merciful and whose words are pleased by Him
20:110  He knows what is before them and behind them, and they do not comprehend Him in knowledge
20:111  (All) faces shall be humbled before the Living One, the Eternal. Those who are burdened with wrong doing shall have failed
20:112  but those who have believed and done good works shall fear neither wrong nor injustice
20:113  As such We sent it down, an Arabic Koran, and explained in it threats in order that they be cautious, or, that it prompts the Remembrance in them
20:114  Highly exalted be Allah, the true King! Do not hasten with the Koran before its revelation has been completed to you, but say: 'Lord, increase me in knowledge.
20:115  We made a covenant with Adam, but he forgot and We found in him no constancy
20:116  And when We said to the angels: 'Prostrate yourselves before Adam, ' they all prostrated themselves except iblis, who refused
20:117  'Adam, ' We said, 'This is you and your wife's enemy. Do not let him expel you from the Garden, so that you (Adam) will be tired
20:118  It has been given to you so that you shall neither become hungry nor naked therein
20:119  there, (you shall) neither thirst, nor suffer from the sun.
20:120  But satan whispered to him saying: 'Adam, shall I direct you the Tree of Eternity and a kingdom which never decays?
20:121  They both ate of it, and their shameful parts appeared to them, whereupon they began to stitch upon themselves leaves from the Garden. And so it was,Adam erred and disobeyed his Lord
20:122  But afterwards his Lord chose him; He turned again towards him and guided him
20:123  'Both of you, together, go down out of it (the Garden) each of you an enemy to the other, ' He said: 'but, if My Guidance comes to you, whosoever followsMy Guidance shall neither go astray nor be unprosperous
20:124  but whosoever turns away from My remembrance, his life shall be narrow and on the Day of Resurrection We shall raise him blind.
20:125  'My Lord, ' he will say: 'why have You raised me blind when I was able to see?
20:126  He (Allah) will say: 'It is so, Our verses came to you and you forgot them. So this Day you are forgotten.
20:127  In this way We recompense the prodigal who disbelieves the verses of his Lord. But the punishment of the Everlasting Life is more terrible and everlasting
20:128  Is it not a guidance to them, how many generations We destroyed before them in whose dwelling places they walk? Surely, in this there are signs for thoseof reason
20:129  Except for a Word that preceded from your Lord, and a stated term, it had been fastened
20:130  Therefore, be patient with what they say, and exalt with the praise of your Lord before sunrise and before sunset. And in the watches of the night and at the edges of the day, exalt Him, so that you will be pleasing
20:131  Do not stretch your eyes at the flower of this life which We have given couples to enjoy, it is with this that We might try them; and the provision of yourLord is better, and more enduring
20:132  Order your family to pray and be patient in it. We do not ask you for provisions, rather, it is We who provide for you. And the final outcome is for the cautious
20:133  They say: 'Why does he not bring us a sign from his Lord? ' Did not a clear sign come to them in the preceding Scrolls
20:134  Had We destroyed them with a punishment before this, they would have said: 'Our Lord, why did You not send us a Messenger so that we could have followed Your verses before we were humiliated and degraded.
20:135  Say: 'Everyone is waiting; so wait. Indeed, you shall know who are the companions of the Even Path, and those who are guided.